Asaf Sultan is an Australian based Documentary Director and Cinematographer.
Credits include: Asanawa- the art of Shibari, Tactile Tours, The making of Sculpture by the Sea art series, The Helen Lempriere art series, artist profiles of sculptor Elyssa Sykes-Smith, painter and sculptor Cristina Conrad and musician Erez Mounk; content for commercial clients such as the Department of Education, Department of Employment, Medicare Local, Community Care Northern Beaches, Intel, CA, Objet and Stratasys.
His first documentary Desert Voices, profiles the Bedouin land claim dispute in Southern Israel. More recent documentaries include Metamorphosis of Baby Drag, profiling the coming of age of a young drag artist, and Aftermath of Reality TV which documents what really happens once the show is over for the reality show winners.
Prior to this, Asaf worked internationally as a Stills Photographer across a range of genres. He has had several solo exhibitions of his work and worked for the prestigious travel magazine Masah Aher.
As the Director of Creative Line Productions, Asaf has a slate of documentaries currently in various stages of development.